Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Tunisian Quartet that helped birth rare democracy out of Arab Spring
Arab Spring articles on Democracy Chronicles
The revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests in the Arab world following the banner of one man in Tunisia, began on 17 December 2010 with the Tunisian Revolution. Popular protests took place in many countries including Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen.
The unrest sparked by the Arab Spring, particularly within the conflict Syria, has fed a migrant crisis that has seen thousands die crossing the Mediterranean Sea in an attempt to reach Southern Europe.
Ultimately, the successful outcomes of the elections in Turkey are a good thing given the fact that the country was able to avoid the fate of many Islamic countries during the period of the Arab spring
Violence, religious extremism and struggling peaceful democracy movements in Arab Spring Year Four
Arab Spring fourth anniversary remembrance marked by scars of political violence and dictatorship
If these peace talks do take place it will be up to the two sides to come to an agreement that will be beneficial for the Libyan people and to restore a civil society where people could live peacefully in their historically troubled country.
Slow reform following protest during Oman’s Arab Spring reveals path toward real democratic change
Leader of the 2011 Arab Spring revolution, Alaa Abdel-Fattah jailed as Egyptian crackdown worsens
Results in Tunisia and Arab World’s first Presidential runoff reveal population tired of violence
Hopes rising that major parties serious about new peaceful attempt to reawaken Libya’s Arab Spring